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Grault

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  1. By placing this Batch script in my build directory and running it after qmake, I consistently get the error at issue: setlocal set PATH=C:/Qt/Tools/mingw48_32/bin/;%PATH% mingw32-make -f Makefile.Debug endlocal I'm not sure what to do from here...
  2. I reinstalled Qt and now the issue is consistent; even for the absolute simplest possible C++ program, I get a dialog with the error in the first quote. This is only under MinGW outside of Qt Creator. I wonder how Creator modifies the environment... EDIT: The above is only true for EXEs compiled from within Qt Creator, which is bizarre. I even used the makefiles generated from Creator's call to qmake; only the mingw32-make call was external when it worked. So apparently I need to stop using Creator until I find a solution. EDIT2: The EXEs that work are compiled for 64-bit, according to
  3. Windows 7 64-bit Visual Studio 2012, Update 3 MinGW 4.8 32-bit Qt Creator 2.8.1 I'm not using the Qt libraries in this project. Current problem (from bottom): How can I fix my Qt MinGW installation? For this project I use both Qt Creator and Visual Studio to edit it, with MinGW g++ and CL as the compilers. (I know I can hook up either IDE to both compilers, but I just haven't bothered.) The other day while I was debugging, I had made the project pass all test cases. Windows Update apparently came up behind a window I was using, counted down, and restarted my computer. When it booted again a
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